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Pingi Reusable Car Dehumidifier - £3.50 @ Wilko (+£2 Click & Collect)
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Pingi Reusable Car Dehumidifier - £3.50 @ Wilko (+£2 Click & Collect)

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The innovative PINGI Car Dehumidifier battles humidity problems in your car valiantly, attracting and absorbing excess moisture like a magnet. Over time, a car interior accumulates quite a lot of humidity, fogging up windows and making it almost impossible to see the road. Foggy windows are a not merely a nuisance but can be extremely dangerous if driving in these conditions. This product eliminates excess moisture, ensuring the comfort and safety of starting your daily commute with a clear windscreen. What's more, it will also eliminate any bad odours that may have accumulated in the car interior. Your vehicle will have the same fresh smell as when you just bought it. The PINGI Car Dehumidifier makes your driving experience safer, and much more enjoyable.
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I have one of these. I can’t say I’d recommend it. My car windows are still always steamed up when it’s cold.
Wilko introducing a charge for click and collect. Backward step.
Been on my dash for almost a year, doesn't really do much 🤭
Kitty litter and stockings/ tights. Fill it up and put on the dash and it does the job really well.
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I have one of these. I can’t say I’d recommend it. My car windows are still always steamed up when it’s cold.
Been on my dash for almost a year, doesn't really do much 🤭
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Awful product.
was going to ask if this was any good as i use the disposables which work well.
Yep, agree, absolutely useless. I've used mine to hold one of those disposable damp traps in place on the dash. Seems to be the only thing it's useful for.
Kitty litter and stockings/ tights. Fill it up and put on the dash and it does the job really well.
These Silica dehumidifiers work great AS LONG AS YOU RECHARGE THEM!

Give them a couple 10 minute blasts in the microwave and you should be good to go. I normally recharge mine every 4-6 weeks depending on how wet the weathers been.

If you want to get really precise. Some digital weighing scales, measure the weight until it stops dropping then you know they’re bone dry.
I've had it on my dashboard for over a year. Useless. Won't recommend it even if it was free.
gravy_davey20/02/2020 22:41

These Silica dehumidifiers work great AS LONG AS YOU RECHARGE THEM! Give …These Silica dehumidifiers work great AS LONG AS YOU RECHARGE THEM! Give them a couple 10 minute blasts in the microwave and you should be good to go. I normally recharge mine every 4-6 weeks depending on how wet the weathers been. If you want to get really precise. Some digital weighing scales, measure the weight until it stops dropping then you know they’re bone dry.


Exactly and if your car has real water ingress they simply won’t work.
£1.90 in Tesco in store, bought one yesterday
Changing the cabin/pollen filter helps keep the condensation level down.
RavensNest_OfTech20/02/2020 21:46

Been on my dash for almost a year, doesn't really do much 🤭


Snap, complete waste of time these
Honestly wouldnt waste ur time, these dont work
Wilko introducing a charge for click and collect. Backward step.
These don’t work at all. Just end up smelling damp. Don’t waste your money.
Does not work.... Even following instructions to the letter... AWFUL.
I think it works a bit, I felt the issue is the sun bleached the spot so it's hard to tell when you need to microwave it
Worked great in my old car
A lot of hate! My car certainly has less vapour and condensation with it than without it (and I paid 6.99 from Amazon too).
Two for £10 on fleabay & they weigh a kilo each. Work well.
I believe Cat Litter does the same job as this thing
I've had mine for a while and it's great. Like someone else said, as long as you pop them in the microwave for atleast the recommended 6 mins then they work a treat.
never work great in a car as there is little air movement inside

you need to understand how these work but they do work.
effectively £2 postage for something you have to go and pick up yourself.

Me thinks not.
Edited by: "philbean" 21st Feb
baz9torres20/02/2020 21:45

I have one of these. I can’t say I’d recommend it. My car windows are sti …I have one of these. I can’t say I’d recommend it. My car windows are still always steamed up when it’s cold.


Really? I have one too and it works great- stick it on the dash right under the windscreen of a night and it's wet in the morning
works in my car....i recharge it about every 3 weeks, the microwave is soaking afterwards so it must soak up some condensation?
caverncity20/02/2020 22:47

£1.90 in Tesco in store, bought one yesterday


Really? I may have a look when nearby.
Other half had an old mk1 MX5. It was drafty and the cloth roof was getting on a bit so it was REALLY bad for condensation.

One of these helped a lot. Didn't keep it bone dry - that would have required a miracle. But did give a big improvement over nothing.
Super cheap disposables available in places like Poundland and Home Bargains.

If you have a big/persistent condensation problem in your car then you probably have a leak somewhere which needs fixing first: blocked sunroof drain tubes are a favourite and blocked drain holes in the bottoms of doors too (especially if the door to window sealing rubbers aren't tight). Check carpets to see if you have a damp area indicating a localised leak (different models tend to have favourite areas for leaks). Door and window seal rubbers harden after a few years and become less effective: they can be revived if not split. Do a search on Google for 'leaks/water ingress in (car model)'; locating the sources of leaks can be a major task since water finds the lowest point regardless of where it's getting in so other people's experiences can help pinpoint the location.

A leak into the boot area can still cause condensation in the cabin: check for water at the lowest point (eg spare wheel well). On some models leaks around the wiper pivots and through the heater/aircon inlet can cause a problem.

No point trying to cure damp symptoms in a car which is still leaking.
Edited by: "Besford" 21st Feb
Love these pillows 😜
faz197521/02/2020 06:52

I think it works a bit, I felt the issue is the sun bleached the spot so …I think it works a bit, I felt the issue is the sun bleached the spot so it's hard to tell when you need to microwave it


Agree. No idea when it needs recharging
I use four of these on my dashboard and that is the minimum you seem to need to get any noticeable effect. When the blue spot changes to pink you must dry them out in a microwave oven. To be honest, in my opinion at this price they are still over priced. I bought my ones when they were on clearance in Tesco for £2 each. I am only 50/50 that they are worth that much. I would not recommend them, sorry
I have 2 of these in my car work fine, just recharge every few days by placing on a radiator and don't push it all they way into the windscreen
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